Whether one is new to using marijuana or a veteran in the field, everyone knowsthat weed, in general, can bring out some psychedelic effects that can either be too overwhelming or just moderately stimulating.
While some strains deliver a great deal of mental high that has a huge tendencyof causing users to space out in just a few tokes, other varieties offer just the right amount of mental stimulation that can trigger a user’s sociable side.
A good example of such cannabis variety is the strain called Champagne Kush. The actual drink, as in the sparkling wine itself, is a staple in social gatherings. This is due to the fact that the drink brings out just the right amount of urge tointeract with people.
Now, imagine this effect while smoking weed. Surely, the experience is worth looking forward to. Champagne Kush was not dubbed with such name for noapparent reason. In fact, users will notice traces of the actual champagne all over the strain’s profile.
On that note, here is a comprehensive list of information about Champagne Kush that every prospective user, especially the champagne lovers, should keep in mind.
Champagne Kush, or more simply known as Champagne, is a cross between Hash Plant and Burmese Kush. This perfectly balanced hybrid is widely recognized for its uncanny similarity to that of the actual drink in terms of aroma, flavor, and effects.
Hence, it is no surprise that some users would refer to the strain as the Dzchampagne of weeddz. Champagne Kush is currently popular on the West Coast, in Mexico, and in Arizona.
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Information about Champagne Kush:
|ORIGIN||Hash Plant and Burmese Kush|
|EFFECTS||Happy – 10|
Uplifted – 9
Relaxed – 9
Euphoric – 7
Talkative – 6
|ADVERSE REACTIONS (NEGATIVE)||Dry mouth – 10|
Dry eyes – 4
Dizzy – 1
Headache – 1
Paranoid – 1
|FRAGRANCE||Sweet, sour, citrus, hash|
|FLAVORS||Sweet, sugary, citrus, berry, hash|
|MEDICAL||Stress – 10|
Depression – 8
Lack of appetite – 8
Pain – 7
Nausea – 5
|FLOWERING TIME INDOORS||9 to 10 weeks|
|FLOWERING TIME OUTDOORS||Late September or early October|
|PLANT HEIGHT||3 to 4 feet|
|THC CONTENT %||13% to 15%|
|INDICA / SATIVA %||50%/50%|
|INDOOR YIELD||Up to 10 ounces per square meter|
|OUTDOOR YIELD||Up to 16 ounces per plant|
|GROWTH LEVEL||Easy to grow|
* 10 is the highest
* 1 is the lowest
Just as almost anyone can enjoy a glass of sparkling wine without any overwhelming effects, the drink’s weed equivalent can also be savored by both all types of users. With a THC concentration that does not exceed 15%, Champagne Kush is a perfect strain choice for beginners.
Although Champagne Kush is known to have an even concentration of Indica and Sativa, the effects of the strain are more likely associated with its Sativa side. To wit, users may notice a kind of trip that is concentrated mostly on the head.
The onset typically starts with a strong feeling of happiness and euphoria that uplifts the mood and stimulates social activities such as being more talkative and giggly, pretty much like drinking champagne.
The Indica side of the strain, on the other hand, delivers a tingling sensation of a light body high that puts users in a sense of deep relaxation that never leads to couchlock. Due to the strain’s dominant mentally stimulating effects, it is ideally a daytime strain which may also be used later in the afternoon.
It appears that Champagne Kush carries traces of the actual drink all over its profile. In fact, the strain’s aroma pretty much resembles the sparkling wine’s floral fragrance with hints of sweet and sour grape tones and a tinge of hash. This combination brings a delightful and nostalgic sensation that users certainly love.
Yet again, the flavors of Champagne Kush also resembles the taste of the real champagne itself. Users will notice notes of sweet, sugary and citrus berry and grape accented by a touch of hash flavor. The strain’s delicious flavors perfectly complement the strain’s champagne experience.
Despite its delicious flavors and moderate potency, users can still expect a few side effects from smoking Champagne Kush. The most commonly reported side effect experienced among users is dry mouth. In some cases, signs of dry eyes can also manifest. Although the strain’s effects are leaning mostly towards its Sativa content, users are less likely to experience dizziness, headaches, and paranoia.
Champagne Kush is not only enjoyed by recreational users. In fact, medical marijuana users can also find satisfaction in the strain due to its moderate potency and well-balanced Sativa and Indica concentration.
To wit, the dominating Sativa effects of Champagne Kush is known to effectively relieve stress. At the same time, the strain’s uplifting high can help improve the overall mood of patients dealing with depression.
Champagne Kush’s Indica side, on the other hand, can help control nausea and further stimulate the appetite of patients with eating disorders and those that lost their appetite due to a certain medical condition. Moreover, the typical analgesic properties of Champagne Kush’s Indica content can provide temporary relief to chronic pain.
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To those interested in growing Champagne Kush, note that the strain may be grown indoors or outdoors. For indoor cultivation, the plant can thrive in either a soil or hydro medium. Growing the strain outdoors, however, requires a Mediterranean climate.
Champagne Kush’s indoor flowering time takes 9 to 10 weeks. Once the nugs are ready for harvest, growers can expect to gain total yield of up to 10 ounces persquare meter.
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Given that the strain is planted in its ideal outdoor growing condition, the buds of the plant should be ready for harvest by late September to early October. The overall outdoor yield can reach as much as 16 ounces or more plant.
Have you ever smoked or grown your own Champagne Kush? Please let me know what you think about this marijuana strain in the comments below.
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